The HydroBrick by Sticky Brick Labs

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Slow Draw McGraw, Aug 31, 2016.

  1. Slow Draw McGraw

    Slow Draw McGraw Sticky Brick Labs Company Rep

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    Hey Everyone,

    We have some exciting news to share with you! We have two new units set to release soon.
    Let me Introduce to you:

    The HydroBrick
    Retail $154.95

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    Includes:
    1 pair of Led tweezers
    1 ss stick
    2 corks
    5 screens
    2 wood stir sticks
    1 torch.

    The unit will not come with mouthpeice or whip adapter.
    18.8mm Female Mouthpeice for HydoBrick
    -$14.95 if purchased w/ HydroBrick
    -$24.95 if purchased separate

    16" whip, 18.8mm F, and one other connector (18 or 14mm M or F)
    - $14.95 if purchased w/HydroBrick
    - $24.95 if purchased separate




    The HydroBrick Maxx
    Retail $199.95


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    Includes:
    -Matching Wooden magnetic lid to cover integrated storage compartments
    -Dry mouthpeice
    -Whip and connectors
    -Glass vial for material
    Accessory pack:
    1 led tweezers
    1 ss stick
    2 corks
    5 screens
    2 wood stir sticks
    1 torch

    This unit has a lid that completely covers the storage area that can fit the intake tube, glass vial and stir stick. It is very convenient and feels like having a vaping station.

    Both units feature a 18mm glass connection.


    Sticky Brick Labs will be officially releasing the HydroBrick on September 26, 2016 at Champs Trade Show in Denver, Colorado.
    We wanted to release it sooner but there was such an enormous demand/ response for the Sticky Brick Junior that we've had to put that as our first priority at the moment.

    We are looking forward to the release and everyone enjoying these new units!

    Have a great day everyone!

    Sticky Brick Labs
     
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  2. Vapor_Eyes

    Vapor_Eyes The map is not the territory

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    I'm digging the Maxx, I really like the vape station vibe.

    These would be compatable with standard 18mm hydrotubes, correct?
     
  3. Fat Freddy

    Fat Freddy FUCK CANCER TOO !

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    Jesus H. Christ they look...AAAAA - MAZING!

    Between you all and VapCap there's going to be "sticky" marital discord all around this country!

    :ugh::ugh::ugh::ugh::ugh::ugh::ugh:
     
  4. Slow Draw McGraw

    Slow Draw McGraw Sticky Brick Labs Company Rep

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    Yes the male connection is for 18mm
     
  5. mrbonsai420

    mrbonsai420 I love Grass and Glass!

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    Man , If I didn't already have a daisy I would be all over this. Any chance of an add on piece for existing Sticky bricks or daisy's? I can't see spending $200 just so my daisy can hook to water pipes a little easier but If I didn't already have one or you made an add on piece I would be on board for sure!
     
  6. Slow Draw McGraw

    Slow Draw McGraw Sticky Brick Labs Company Rep

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    We are working on an add on for the OG Sticky Brick. If everyone wants I can post a pic of a very early version. No final design or price at the moment.
     
  7. VAPEHUNTER

    VAPEHUNTER Well-Known Member

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    I'm not everyone but PICS PLEASE!!!!!
     
  8. Slow Draw McGraw

    Slow Draw McGraw Sticky Brick Labs Company Rep

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  9. Shit Snacks

    Shit Snacks Milaana. Lana. LANA. LAANAAAAAA

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    Incredible!

    Love the idea of the two versions (Maxx is alright but I would've gone with HydroBrick Deluxe personally) it adds a little something extra making a full desktop that can be stowed

    Also maybe there should be an option for 14mm joints too? I know big hydrotubes are all 18mm though... Now you need to offer your own tubes too!

    I can see how it was designed to accommodate those newer VXL tubes like the hydrabomb in particular, looks great, like a DaisyBrick bong, but how is it with straighter tubes like the evolver HydraTree 2.0 and other fully straight ones? Is torch aim visibility trickier?

    Amazing job yet again @StickyBricks, can see the minor improvements from the earlier prototypes, very well done. Now you just need to make BowlBrick that is just the intake and a bowl that can drop in any 14 or 18mm piece ;) (maybe the Jr's angled intake will be better for that one? I guess we'll see)

    Keep up the great work team SBL!
     
  10. stickstones

    stickstones Vapor concierge Retailer

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    I just want to say that I love this damn thing. I've been trying to think of a torch vape I like better since I got, and I can't.
     
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  11. subway13029

    subway13029 Well-Known Member

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    Bar none my favorite torch vape as well..so visually pleasing..and I mean visual vapor pleasing..and nice looking as well..
     
  12. Stu

    Stu Maconheiro Staff Member

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    There's no problem with the straight tubes IME. The only piece that was problematic for me was my swagcycler. First of all it is too damn big, but more importantly it took my eyes too far away from the heat intake making torch aiming more challenging.

    My preferred HT is my Vertigo tree. :2c:

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  13. pandaphysics

    pandaphysics Active Member

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    Maxx looks amazing. I would also really like to see a pic of the brick add on.
     
  14. StickyBricks

    StickyBricks Well-Known Member Manufacturer

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    This is our new concentrate setup. 14mm female attached to our thick ass intake glass. It will work with any of our devices but truly shines on the HydroBrick. The banger in this pic is just a demo, we will be offering 4mm quartz to go along with this setup.
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  15. nondarb

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    I'll post some pictures later, I've got an early beta add on as well as a beta HB.

    The Maxx looks GREAT (But I too preferred the deluxe moniker), seeing what I've heard rumblings about come to fruition in such an aesthetically pleasing package is too cool. Loving the MSRP on the HB as well, with a glass MP it doubles very very comparably to the standard brick. Excellent value for the versatility presented!
     
  16. Slow Draw McGraw

    Slow Draw McGraw Sticky Brick Labs Company Rep

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    Here is a very early add-on to convert the OG Brick into HydroBrick mode. This peice is made of walnut.

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  17. pandaphysics

    pandaphysics Active Member

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    hydrobrick mode looks amazing! still think im gonna need to get the hydrobrick maxx tho, that built in storage... genius!
     
  18. emmdeemo

    emmdeemo Never ever, bloody anything, ever.

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    Hmm, upgrades... ;)
     
  19. StormyPinkness

    StormyPinkness Rhymenocerous ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ

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    I love the 2 versions. The lid on the maxx looks great, I wish it could fit the mp in there somehow. Just design a new version that's bigger on the inside than the outside, easy.

    If I didn't have a daisy I'd be all over the maxx. Actually if I didn't have a daisy I definitely would of bought the brick. Can't wait for the add on piece.

    What is the maxx made out of in those pics? I don't really have an eye for it, it looks like walnut and burl had a baby to me. Hopefully it didn't say in the post and I just suck at reading.

    Now back to waiting for the 5th.....
     
  20. StickyBricks

    StickyBricks Well-Known Member Manufacturer

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    The Maxx above is walnut. It's not burl, just highly figured.

    The add-on is getting a little flair, but, will be available when the HB drops. Just so every one understands, the add-on was made for the Brick, I highly doubt it will fit the daisy.
     
  21. WakeAndVape

    WakeAndVape VapeLife X

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    I can say that without a doubt the HB hits harder than the OG Brick.. I can kill a load two hits and have my face peeled back...

    Truly an amazing device! Loving the look of the wood on the Maxx too!!!

    Loving the look of the concentrate attachment...might have to rig something up in the meantime.

    :science::popcorn:
     
  22. subway13029

    subway13029 Well-Known Member

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    i had a bit of an issue with straight tubes as it seemed to make my eyes go crossed qhen trying to aim. i had the best luck with my evolver circ which is a bent neck tube. i will post pics today as long as the hurricane doesnt wipe us off the map (its so funny how everyone trips out) but i used it with the newer style tubes that are sidecar versions and i had to turn the brick where the heat intake wasnt directly in front or my vision was blocked as well so i just put the heat intake to the side which was no problem because the brick CAN be altered and moved around for your individual tube because there are so many of them. this beast is so versatile. i had best luck with bent neck tube but right now im using the honeycomb which is sidecar so go figure..i only had harder time with straight tube.
     
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  23. WakeAndVape

    WakeAndVape VapeLife X

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  24. lemmeadem

    lemmeadem Well-Known Member

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    God. Damn.
     
  25. nondarb

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    Sorry for taking so long to post, had a busy weekend.

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    Heres my brick in a rigged up configuration for WPA usage, the magnets don't quite cooperate for this purpose so a rubber band ect is required. Works excellently. My dedicated HB has been seeing some use with my fc-278's MP. I typically prefer the kinked intake for any bricks nowadays buy have been experimenting pretty consistently.

    The versatility the base unit offers is nuts..
     
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